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January 2 & All Star Challenge Nominations now open
Tuesday December 5, 2023. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are calling for 360 drivers to get their nominations in for RD 3 at Premier Speedway & RD 4 - All Star Challenge $15K to win at Simpson Speedway.
Unfortunately, we are still having trouble with our website but you can find them thru https://allstarsphotos.weebly.com then click on the forms link to print them out. Otherwise email mandyallstar[email protected] and we can make sure you have one sent out to you.

Chrissy by a split second
Monday December 4, 2023. All Stars Media
In what can only be described as a nail biting finish the newly formed V11 Foster/Solomon team driver Chris Solomon took out bragging rights for Rd 1 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series on Saturday night at Blue Ribbon Raceway. V40 Rusty Hickman was on Solomon’s tail for lap after lap and the pair did trade positions a few times.

Hickman made one last ditch effort to pass as the chequers came out but as the pair crossed the line almost together Solomon came out slightly in front. With a solid drive SA14 Brendan Quinn came home in 3rd, SA96 Brendan Guerin 4th and V68 Brett Milburn rounded out the top 5.

Solomon brothers Paul & Chris lined up in the front row of the A with Davis & Hickman behind them. Greens dropped but the first lap wasn’t completed. Caruso & Loader tangled with both of them rolling into T1 unfortunately ending the night for both of them. At the restart Paul got the jump and led until Chris managed to pass leading the race until the finish. Lap traffic came into play about third way through allowing Hickman, Quinn, Guerin, Davis & Milburn the opportunity to trade positions.

Farmer Phil made his return but probably didn’t have the night he may have wanted. Minor mechanical problems caused him to not start his first heat. With repairs made he won his 2nd heat but had brake issues in the feature causing him to pull infield.
VA9 McClure Racing Team with Jamie Hennessy behind the wheel also had a shocker with engine gremlins at Hot Laps, with the problem solved they managed to take a time in time trials, but the rear end exploded putting him into the wall and finished his night. He hit with such a force repair work had to be done to the Pit Gate before the night could continue.

Travelling over from Adelaide for his first trip to Horsham SA3 Ben Morris was another with night 1 gremlins. Running 2nd in Heat 1 he had an oil fire at the completion of the heat, Morris was fine, but the car sustained damage ending his night also.
Racing was hard and fast, and the crowd were treated to an excellent night.

Heat race wins went to A1 Mark Caruso, Chris Solomon, Steve Loader & Phil Lock.

A Main results: - 1st V11 Chris Solomon, 2nd V40 Rusty Hickman, 3rd SA14 Brendan Quinn, 4th SA96 Brendan Guerin, 5th V68 Brett Milburn, 6th V7 Paul Solomon, 7th V95 Ryan Davis, 8th v65 Kane Newcombe, 9th VA91 Dan Scott, 10th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 11th NS22 Jarreth Argus, 12th N46 Stacey Galliford, 13th D21 Zac Farrer - DNF, 14th V4 Phil Lock- DNF, 15th VA2 Boyd Harris-DNF, 16th D26 Todd Moule-DNF, 17th V10 Steve Loader-DNF, 18th A1 Mark Caruso – DNF, 19th VA75 David Donegan-DNF,

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Ryan Davis- $100 cash
Hoosier 5 - Brett Milburn – WAV tire
Bar Up 8 – Kane Newcombe - product
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Ryan Davis- $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award –Mark Caruso– $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Todd Moule - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Stacey Galliford - $100 cash
Hickmans Tree Maintenance 4 – Brendan Guerin - $200 cash
Auto Premier Last Man Standing – Stacey Galliford - $100 cash
Mint Build Lucky Draw – Jarreth Argus- $100 Fuel Card

A Sacrifice Scooter Random draw was held with D21 Zac Farrer winning the cool Scooter & goodies bag.

All Star Ambassador returns.
Friday December 1, 2023. All Stars Media
All Star’s favourite driver is making a return this Saturday for the opening night of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series. Phil Lock (AKA Farmer Phil) is finally returning to the series he has been a part of for the past 17 seasons. “Locky is a true All Star Legend and we are thrilled to see him back on track. It’s not just Locky it’s his entire team, Murray, Jayden, Pary, Nicole, Jacko, Kev, Katrina, Chris, Tracey – to name just a few of Team Lock; they have all played a significant part of our All Star family and we welcome them home.” Mandy Searle says.
Up until a couple of seasons ago Lock had only missed one series round just proving his dedication to both the All Stars and 360’s. As the years went on, he became the unofficial ambassador and mentor of younger drivers as they came along; but it wasn’t just him alone it was the entire Team that helped/mentored/encouraged all the new names that choose to run the All Stars. Farmer Phil is a welcome addition back.
A solid 21 car field will line up for the opening round – AU1 Mark Caruso, SA3 Ben Morris, V10 Steve Loader, SA14 Brendan Quinn, D21 Zac Farrer, V91 Dan Scott, VA95 Dave Donnegan, V95 Ryan Davis, SA 96 Brendan Guerin just a few of the names joining the list of titans released earlier in the week.
This Saturday December 2nd, at Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham

Return of the Titans
Friday November 24, 2023. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series will have a full house of Champions on board this season, with 5 past series champs planning on running the season all trying to bag naming rights and claim another crown. Throw in a couple of past champs that have swapped the steering wheel for spanners bringing the total to 7.
A1 Mark Caruso is currently the defending 3-time champ is back to make it 4. Darren Hickman took out first Championship back in 2007/08 with son Rusty winning a many years later making the tally 2 for Hickman Motorsport.
V7 Paul Solomon is a dual champ and wants his turn at 3. Chris Solomon another throwing his hat in the ring for his 2nd championship, only this season sees him drive for the V11 Brad Foster owned team. Foster is another past Champ from back in the day.
V29 Michael Tancredi has also indicated that he is trying for 2. 360 stalwart and All Star Legend returning for the season is Tony Moule and he is keeping it in the family with son Todd behind the wheel. Todd picked up a couple of wins last season and is going to be a threat this season.
Watch this space for the next exciting release about another returning driver.
With nominations rolling you can expect to see some great racing on Saturday December 2nd, at Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham

Save the date. 2024!
Tuesday November 21, 2023. All Stars Media
Saturday January 13th the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers 360 All Star Challenge at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway. With $15K on the line to win and $1000 to start the richest paying 360 event returns for the 14th running.
The night has a tradition for putting on some of the best racing of the year with some of the best drivers in Australia & top USA names competing at the tight little bull ring. Make sure you lock it into your calendar and be part of the action.

Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge – 13th January 2024 Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway.

All Stars countdown is on
Wednesday November 15, 2023. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is about to kick off the 17th season with RD 1 being held at Blue Ribbon Raceway – Dec 2nd. “Unfortunately, we had to reschedule our first round, but all good things come to those that wait – so they say! 18 days to go and yes, we are counting, we are all keen to start.” Mandy Searle says.

Nominations are starting to roll in and we are expecting a good car count with a couple of ex Series Champs already indicating they are planning on running the entire series.

V7 Paul Solomon has already taken out bragging rights as Series Champ two times and is already talking about making it 3 this season. Chris Solomon is another past champ and has committed to running again but watch this space to see whom he is paring up with this season.

Hickman Motorsport another to commit early with Rusty at the wheel. Team Hickman have won the championship two times now with Darren winning the first year the series started and Rusty locking in bragging right in 20-21. 360 stalwart Tony Moule another to lock in for the season with Todd in the D26. These are just a few names that have already indicated their intent.

With sponsors locked in and drivers starting to commit things are looking promising for the season ahead.

Unfortunately, our website is out of action, but you can follow all things All Stars on Sprintcar World, All Stars Facebook and Twitter. Any other enquiries can be emailed to [email protected]

So, lock the date away – December 2 – Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham.
Bar Up Bull Bars & Bullseye Trading have got 7th & 8th covered.
Tuesday November 14, 2023. All Stars Media

The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series have got 7th & 8th places in each A Main covered with a $100 bonus being paid for finishing 7th place and product paid out for finishing 8th.

Shaun Forrell from Bar Up Bullbars has been a long-time supporter of the Series, this being his 14th season sponsoring as well as racing with the series off and on for even longer.

Bullseye Trading is a Darwin based distributor. Owner Warrenne Ekins is a legend in the sport, racing Speedcars, Sprintcars, owning top class teams as well as a Hall of Famer, the list goes on. Mandy Searle tell us “for us to have support from people like Warrenne is almost humbling, we compete down south, he lives and works in the NT, so no real benefit for him – just simply to help us out.” $100 Bullseye Trading Lucky 7s is awarded to 7th place finisher in the A Main.

Bar Up Bullbars are located in Wagga Wagga, NSW and specialise in manufacturing Bullbars and bumpers (including FUPS-Front Underrun Protection) for all types of trucks. For general enquiries call us on (02) 6971 0129 or check out the web site www.barupbullbars.com.au

Bullseye Trading are located at 11 Willes Road, Berrimah, NT and can be contacted on 08. 89470945

Maxie’s Keep on Fighting continues 2023-2024
Thursday November 9, 2023. All Stars Media
Herbert Custom Cycles have partnered with the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series and are proud to continue the Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award.
“This is a special award for us to present as we know how much it means to everyone that has been effected by Cancer. Joel Herbert from Herbert Custom Cycles wanted to pay tribute to his Mum after she passed away and this award is a result.
Maxie’s motto was ‘Keep on Fighting’ , so with this in mind the team that struggles hard to keep on the track or get to the track and doesn’t give up the fight each night wins $100.” Mandy says.
The award also continues through to the end of season championship with the overall winner collecting $500. “It is an honour for us to be able to incorporate this special award into our series.” Mandy Searle says.
Herbert Custom Cycles specialise in very cool vintage & retro bikes and are currently based in Gladstone Qld. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page Herbert_custom-cycles.

BK Racing Performance Random Draw 23-24
Friday November 3, 2023. All Stars Media
For the past 5 seasons the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series have been supported by BK Racing Performance and this season that support is continued.

“We are excited to announce that this season the lucky winner will get a $500 Gift Voucher. What a brilliant prize and we cannot thank Brendan Telfer enough for his support of the All Stars. All the teams that comply with our Sup Regs for the Championship have their names put in a hat at the Presentation night and one lucky winner is drawn out it’s as simple as that” Searle says.

BK Racing is based in SA and is the Australian Distributor for K1 Race Gear as well as the full range of Ti Components for all divisions. Check out Face Book at BK Racing Performance Products, Web site at www.bkticomponents.com email [email protected] or simply phone Brendan on 0458 004381

TEH “Hard Charger”
Tuesday October 24, 2023. All Stars Media
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series have locked in Transport Equipment Hire for the nightly Hard Charger Award. This entitles the driver that moves forward to most positions in the A Main to a $100 bonus. “We have been fortunate to secure support from TEH for the past few of seasons.
This allows us to reward our drivers; it is additional prizes just like this one that helps our teams week in and week out.” Promoter Searle says.
Transport Equipment Hire is an Australian family business hiring quality transport equipment and transport logistics solutions to the Australian trucking and transport industry based in Sunshine, Victoria.
Take note next time your transporter breaks down no matter what the job is TEH has your truck and trailer rental solution. 191 Fairbairn Rd, Sunshine. Phone Number 03 9314 2500

Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time
Thursday October 19, 2023. All Stars Media
Heath Hunter Hire has again taken on the naming rights again for the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series Quick Time Award .

The award pays $100 cash nightly to the driver that sets quick time during Hot Laps/Time Trials. “This is a bonus for our drivers and we cannot thank Heath enough for his support. $100 for a fast lap – that’s pretty easy money.” says Mandy Searle.

Heath Hunter Hire specialises in temporary fencing creating security and safety for property owners. Heath operates his business throughout Melbourne and is willing to travel to wherever the job requires. You can contact Heath on 0410 655 772 so remember to support the companies that support us.

The tyre of choice for the All Stars
Sunday October 8, 2023. All Stars Media
With the start of the season rapidly approaching the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are excited to start announcing their partners for their 17th season. We are pleased to announce that Hoosier Tire Australia have again locked in as a major sponsor for the upcoming 2023 – 2024 season.

“Max Dumesny from Hoosier Tire Australia has supported the Series since it started, and to have them continue this support is fantastic.” Mandy Searle, Series Promoter tells us.
“This season we have mixed it up a bit and are introducing the Hoosier 5 Award for every round, so the guy that finishes 5th in the A Main will win a Right Rear WAV tyre. Also this year we have increased first place prize money and it now pays $2000.
I have to say that I am pretty pumped to be able to raise the bar this season. We work hard at securing partners so that we can reward our drivers and lift our profile. Again we have the Hoosier WAV tyre as the right rear control tyre for all Series rounds.” Searle says.

Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers - No 1 to us
Thursday October 5, 2023. All Stars Media
The Australian Sprintcar All Stars are proud to announce that Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers have recommitted as naming rights sponsor for 2023-2024.
“It’s a tradition now, it’s who we are and most drivers have nailed it when it comes to pronouncing their name at interviews but in all seriousness we cannot thank Andrew Elder enough for the believing in us.
They initially took on naming rights of the All Star Challenge for 2 years before committing to naming rights of the series itself, back then the Challenge paid $5000 to win and is now $15,000 to win. Back then the End of Season Championship paid $2000 to win and it now pays $10,000. It’s because of partners like Mainline we can continue to grow.
As everyone knows securing sponsors isn’t an easy thing and to keep them for so long is even harder, we cannot thank them enough. So roll on RD1 at Blue Ribbon Raceway, Horsham December 2.” Searle says.

Caruso Caps off Historic Season with 3rd All Stars Series Victory
Friday April 21, 2023. All Stars Media
Reigning Australian Pro Sprint Champion Mark Caruso created history last weekend at the B&S Earthworks Timmis Speedway, Mildura when he become a 3 time Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series Champion.

The winningest driver in the series picked up 2 A-Main victories enroute to a 3rd series crown beating home MD Motorsport Most Improved Driver Kane Newcombe with Hoosier Tire Australia Rookie of Year Chris Temby in third.

Even after an opening lap flip in the final A-Main of the series Caruso had earnt enough points to take the win by 208 points. Temby meanwhile didn’t compete at the final round due to engine troubles on the V18 but still had enough points for 3rd. With all teams and officials gathered our annual pit party started off by thanking all our valued Sponsors, Officials and tracks that the series visited.

The awards section started off by presenting a complete Ti Bolt Kit valued at $1600 presented by BK Racing Performance Products. This award was a lucky draw with 7 drivers in contention with Newcombe winning the kit. It wasn’t the only award that Newcombe would win with him also taking home a complete set of Maxwheels thanks to MD Motorsports for being the most improved driver.

Temby took home a $500 Hoosier Tire Australia gift card for his efforts as the rookie of the year with Boyd Harris receiving the Special Recognition Award and a complete set of Nerf Bars for his efforts throughout the series. Dan Scott received a Front Wing when he won the Altitude Award for his 3 roll overs throughout the series. Long time crew of Caruso Byron Phillips and Chris Chenoweth took home the Crew Chief Of The Year award.

After blowing 4 engines and rebuilding Todd Moule would take home the Herbert’s Custom Cycles Maxie’s Keep On Fighting Award. Moule would only finish 2 A-Mains with those 2 being victories. The Time-Honoured Drivers Driver Award affectionally known as the Phil Lock Award and Best Presented Award went to Jeremy Kupsch.

The next 2 awards were presented by Series Promoter Mandy Searle. The first award was the H’s Star Award which went to Lisa Moule for her services to the Series. The next award saw 3 members inducted into the Allstars Series Hall of Fame. Chief Stewart Keith Mitchell, Series Commentator Daniel Kirby and hard working Official Michael Karfut all joined an illustrious group of people who have all made the All Stars Series what it is.

The Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers Allstars Series would like to Thank all the drivers, the crews, the tracks, committees and volunteers, the sponsors and the fans for making the 16th Edition of the All Stars Series a blast. Plans are already in full swing for the 17th running of the All Stars Series with plenty of news to follow.

Morris Triumphs
Saturday April 8, 2023. All Stars Media
After being closed for a year Timmis Speedway in Mildura roared back into life last night as the final round of the 2022/23 Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers rolled into town. On a night that saw rather unseasonal cold weather, the racing on track was hot with young Talented South Australian Ben Morris taking the win. Steve Caruso picked up another podium this season in second with Ricky Maiolo making it an all South Aussie Podium.

Chris Solomon led the field to green with Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time winner Maiolo joining him on the front row. It was an all Caruso second row with newly crowned Australian Champion Mark Caruso joined by his brother Steve on the second row. The third row consisted of Morris and Brendan Quinn.

The first attempt at green saw Mark Caruso flip wildly in turn 1. At the resumption Solomon raced away to the lead with the battle for the minor spots on the podium heating up. 13 laps in and the red lights come on again with Lisa Walker and Dave Donegan flipping in turn 1. The resulting damage caused the tail tank of the S4 to come away spilling Methanol on the race track. With Officials and Fire Crews deeming the safest way to clean it up by setting it on fire resulting in a lengthy delay.
At the resumption of hostilities Solomon lead the field away but the battle behind him was sensational with Caruso, Maiolo and Morris all taking turns at chasing down the leader. Tragedy would strike on lap 24 when Solomon whilst attempting to lap a back marker would tagged the main straight wall causing him to pull infield. The final 6 laps were uneventful with Morris taking the win ahead of Caruso and Maiolo.

Ryan Davis capped off a consistent night finishing 4th with TEH Hard Charger Steven Loader rounding out the top 5. Corey Sandow would follow with Brendan Quinn, Zac Farrer, Kane Newcombe Boyd Harris and Stacey Galliford rounding out the finishers.

Heat race wins went to – Farrer, Quinn, Charles Hunter, Rusty Hickman, Maiolo and Davis

A Main results: - 1st S3 Ben Morris 2nd S10 Steve Caruso 3rd S24 Ricky Maiolo 4th V95 Ryan David 5th V10 Steven Loader 6th V43 Corey Sandow 7th S14 Brendan Quinn 8th D21 Zac Farrer 9th V65 Kane Newcombe 10th BJ Harris 11th N46 Stacey Galliford DNF 12th V83 Chris Solomon DNF 13th S37 Terry Kelly 14th DNF V39 Brett Smith 15th DNF S4 Lisa Walker 16th DNF VA75 Dave Donegan 17th DNF V47 Jeremy Kupsch 18th DNF V73 Charles Hunter 19th DNF S96 Brendan Guerin 20th DNF A1 Mark Caruso

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Brendan Quinn - $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – Zac Farrer
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Brendan Quinn- $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Ricky Maiolo – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Dave Donegan - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Steven Loader - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Stacey Galliford - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Ben Morris - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Mark Caruso - $100 Fuel Card

The tradition continues
Monday April 3, 2023. All Stars Media
“It’s a tradition to finish our series final in Mildura and we are pumped that we can do it again this season. The commitment and hard work from the Mildura Speedway Club in getting the major track works completed at the complex is a credit to all involved, it also means that we are back at Party Central for Easter and I can’t wait to get there.” says Promoter Mandy Searle.

Just in case you have been ‘MIA’ the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series & B&S Timmis Speedway are set to put on a massive double header of racing over Easter. Good Friday night will be the Series final. Sunday night will be the SpaceTEK 360 Sprintcar Nationals paying $5K to win with a total purse of $12K for the main.

A new sponsor has come on board to support the huge weekend with SpaceTEK taking on naming rights Sunday night. Regular Series Sponsors cover all the prizes for Friday night as they have all season - IDIGIT, Bullseye Trading, TEH, Bar Up Bull Bars, Heath Hunter Hire, Herbert Customs Cycles Hoosier Tire, Mint Pig Racing, Foster Transport & Auto Premier with a combined total of over $1000 in Contingency Awards on Friday night.

The series End of Season Championship winner will be announced and the winner picks up $10,000 for his efforts. A total of $22,000 and another $3000 in Contingency prizes will be paid out to the top 10 drivers in the Championship hunt. All up over both nights there is almost $45,000 being paid out. The traditional Pit Party has returned with celebrations held Friday night.

Dream Multimedia will be covering all the action both Friday & Sunday night’s as another bonus for the weekend; stay tuned and follow the links for the KAMSTRA live stream when they are released.

Get your tickets online so you don’t miss out through the Timmis Speedway Facebook page or website.

Excitement builds as the All Stars & Easter Bunny return to Mildu
Tuesday March 28, 2023. All Stars Media
The countdown begins for the conclusion of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series for 22-23. Friday night a new series Champion will be named and now the question is - will a new name added to the record books or will it be a past champ. Newly crowned Australian Champion Mark Caruso is currently on top of the leader board with V65 Kane Newcombe in 2nd, and rounding out the top 3 is Rookie Chris Temby in the V18. Caruso is a 2 time series Champ already. Newcombe would be in his element if he could tip the Aussie Champ.

This is the first time this season the All Stars have competed at Timmis Speedway after the Mildura Club chose to sit the season out while upgrades were made to the venue. The Club have worked incredibly hard over the past few months erecting a new catch fence, new lighting & pit improvements to be ready for Easter.

Top 360 names have already thrown their hat in the ring for the weekend and the numbers are increasing each day. Already heavy hitters SA14 Brendan Quinn, V40 Rusty Hickman, V7 Paul Solomon, V83 Chris Solomon, SA3 Ben Morris, SA10 Steven Caruso, SA4 Lisa Walker, V73 Charles Hunter are just a few of the names joining in for weekend to mix it with the All Star regulars of D26 Todd Moule, V43 Corey Sandow, V47 Jeremy Kupsch, VA91 Dan Scott, VA75 Donnaz Mint Pig Racing, VA2 BJ Harris, NT52 Jason Bolitho and the list goes on, it’s shaping up to be a top weekend of racing.

With a Show & Shine on Friday morning, Presentation Pit Party Friday night, Saturday night is free to spend with family & friends and then the drivers all get to do it again on Sunday night with the 360 Sprintcar Easter Nationals.

Get your tickets online so you don’t miss out – B&S Timmis Speedway Facebook page or their website

Moule beats the fog and the field
Monday March 6, 2023. All Stars Media
28 teams rolled into Borderline Speedway Saturday night for RD 8 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series so we knew then that the racing was going to be hard & fast. After some carnage at the start of the Main Todd Moule came home strongly with the win and giving the D26 Moule Motorsport Team their 2nd A Main Series win for the season.
The hard charging youngster led the main for all 25 laps. V34 Brenten Farrer running in second tried to make moves on Moule through lap traffic but was unable to get the job done. With a solid result SA3 Ben Morris came home in 3rd. SA33 Mark Caruso and SA11 Scott Enderl rounded out the top 5. The fog was rolling in but the field managed to keep it at bay for the race but when the cars stopped it settled and unfortunately the Wingless weren’t able to run their A Main.
The winning team celebrated a birthday during the week with Dad Tony celebrating another year and what a way to celebrate for them. “Dad will be happy with that. He gave me the hurry up to get up there on the track at one of the restarts and I gave it a go. It worked out and the car was beautiful up there. I can’t thank the boys’ enough.” a very happy Todd said at the post race interview.

The Flocon 360 Tri State Series came down to the wire going into the A between Farrer and Caruso but with Farrer finishing in front of Caruso it gave him enough points to take out the title. As well as the Title Farrer picked up and additional $3K for his effort.
Heat races were eventful and after picking up the Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award SA98 Chad Ely sat on the infield for his first heat with a broken birdcage. VA75 David Donegan took a big ride in his heat after riding a right rear going into T2. Donnaz exited the car under his own steam and only sore but the crash ended his night. V18 Chris Temby was unable to finish his second heat but the team battled to get the car back for the B unfortunately only to have to throttle jam and sit the B out also. VA91 Dan Scott another to have a horror night.

Heat race wins went to – Mark Caruso, Ben Morris, Paul Solomon, Zac Farrer, Angus Hollis, and Boyd Harris

A Main results: - 1st D26 Todd Moule, 2nd V34 Brenten Farrer, 3rd SA3 Ben Morris, 4th SA33 Mark Caruso, 5th SA11 Scott Enderl, 6th SA24 Ricky Maiolo, 7th V95 Ryan Davis, 8th V43 Corey Sandow 9th V7 Paul Solomon, 10th V10 Steven Loader 11th V65 Kane Newcombe, 12th D21 Zac Farrer, 13th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 14th V44 Angus Hollis-DNF, 15th VA2 Boyd Harris-DNF, 16th SA14 Brendan Quinn, 17th V78 Chris Campbell-DNF, 18th SA10 Steven Caruso – DNF, 19th SA78 Keke Falland-DNF, 20th SA4 Lisa Walker-DNF

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Dan Scott - $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – Corey Sandow
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Ryan Davis- $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award –Chad Ely – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – Chris Temby - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Brenten Farrer - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Jeremy Kupsch - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Todd Moule - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Corey Sandow- $100 Fuel Card

Finally back at Borderline
Thursday March 2, 2023. All Stars Media
Supported by Clarend Transport the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is heading to Mount Gambier which will incorporate the final night of the Flocon 360 Tri State Series. With $2K on the line for the nights winner and a bonus $3K to the winner of the mini-series.

“Last time we ran at Borderline was back in 2019 for our Spud Show so we are really excited to be back there. Since that we have been COVID affected and then last season we were weather affected. This time we have everything crossed and are really looking forward to putting on a great show. We also have support from a local company who has been a solid 360 supporter over the years in Clarend Transport and we cannot thank them enough.” Promoter Searle says.

All Star Legend Mark Caruso in the SA33 Cool is currently leading the series and comes in with confidence after strong results at the last 2 shows. Steven Caruso’s SA10 is back with the series; and the brothers always put on a show together to see who gets bragging rights.

A contingent of SA drivers is coming out in force to contest the All Star regulars. Hard charger SA3 Ben Morris, SA14 Brendan Quinn, SA24 Ricky Maiolo, SA4 Lisa Walker, SA98 Chad Ely and local peddler SA11 Scott Enderl all ready to mix it with the All Stars. Chris Temby is currently2nd in series points and leading the Rookie Championship, the Foster Transport V18 has shown immense talent so far this season and is always a front runner.
After a disappointing show a couple of weeks ago Todd Moule’s D26 returns and is hungry for a strong result, this kid is fast and shows talent every time he hits the track. Throw in V43 Corey Sandow, V65 Kane Newcombe, V71 Marcus Green, VA75 Donnaz, VA91 Dan Scott, VA2 BJ Harris, NT52 Jabba Bolitho,V47 Jeremy Kupsch, V34 Brenten Farrer, V7 Paul ‘Cyclone’ Solomon and these are just a few of the names lining up for Saturday night and it really is anyone’s race for the taking.

Saturday March 4 2023 – Borderline Speedway. Mt Gambier

Flag to flag....
Monday February 20, 2023. All Stars Media
On a hot summer night at Moama the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series main event went flag to flag with an elated Brenten Farrer coming home in first place. Starting on pole for the A Farrer didn’t have it all his way with young gun Chris Temby in the Fosters Transport V18 getting the start and leading the early stages. The Foster/Temby combination had been busy through the week replacing the engine that they hurt last weekend at Nyora. Farrer managed to pass Temby when lap traffic came into play.

Current point’s leader SA33 Mark Caruso was also hot on the tail tanks of these 2 for a few laps before he managed to pass Temby for 2nd. With only a couple of laps left Caruso made a couple of attempts to get under Farrer but couldn’t get it done and settled for second at the checkers. Cyclone Solomon was also moving up the field and gaining on P1 and P2 coming home in 3rd. V18 Chris Temby finished 4th and V64 Kane Newcombe rounded out the top 5.
Early in the night the track wasn’t kind on tyres but as the sun set it allowed the immense amount of water the track held to ease this. The feature was shortened to 25 laps instead of 30 early in the night just to be on the safe side but it wouldn’t have mattered as tyres weren’t a problem by this stage. “It was a credit to all the track prep guys fighting temperatures in the 40s for a few days to keep the track in condition and the immense amount of water they poured into it the during the week worked.” Searle said after the feature.

After destroying his car last weekend and rebuilding during the week VA2 BJ Harris had engine gremlins at the start of the night. The team worked hard and managed to find the problem and won the Maxis Keep on Fighting Award for all their effort. NS22 Jarreth Argus took out the TEH Hard Charger. After setting Quick Time in his group unfortunately D26 Todd Moule’s night was done before it started with the team retiring with engine problems.

VA91 Dan Scott was another to burn the midnight oil through the week after rolling at Nyora. The team have been having mechanical issues for weeks and finally managed to fix the problem and had a solid result for the night with a 7th place.

Heat race wins went to – Mark Caruso, Paul Solomon, Kane Newcombe, and Brenten Farrer

A Main results: - 1st V34 Brenten Farrer, 2nd SA33 Mark Caruso, 3rd V7 Paul Solomon, 4th V18 Chris Temby, 5thV65 Kane Newcombe, 6th VA9 Jamie Hennessy, 7th VA91 Dan Scott, 8th Donnaz, 9th V43 Corey Sandow, 10th V46 Jordan, 11th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 12th NS22 Jarreth Argus, 13th D21 Zac Farrer, 14th NT52 Jason Bolitho, 15th VA2 BJ Harris, 16th SA37 Terry Kelly, 17th V10 Steven Loader, 18th N36 Eddie Lumbar – DNF.

Contingency Winners
IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Terry Kelly - $100 cash
Bar Up 8 – David Donegan
Bullseye Lucky 7 – Dan Scott - $100 cash
Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Mark Caruso – $100 cash
HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – BJ Harris - $100 cash
TEH Hard Charger – Jarreth Argus - $100 cash
Fosters Last Man Standing – Steven Loader - $100 cash
Hoosier Hero – Brenten Farrer - $100 Hoosier voucher
Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Paul Solomon- $100 Fuel Card
Skidmore Racing Lucky Draw – Jeremy Kupsch – 5ltr drum of gear oil

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